Get the college experience at Trinidad State this summer!

9th – 11th grade students
Apply by May 1, 2018

If you are interested in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), here’s your chance to try out college cost-free through the Upward Bound Math Science program at Trinidad State’s Trinidad campus.

Designed to prepare students to enter and complete college, this program pays for your travel, lodging, and food for six weeks. Participants will also receive a monthly stipend for their academic success. All 9th through 11th grade students are encouraged to apply.

You’ll stay in supervised college residence halls and participate in STEM-based courses designed to prepare you for a college degree. Explore robotics, engineering, 3D printing, CAD software, and more. Everything is provided! All we need is your commitment to learn and grow.

This life-changing opportunity is available to students in Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Huerfano, Las Animas and Rio Grande counties, as well as Colfax and Union counties in New Mexico.

To check your eligibility contact your high school counselor or email

To apply, click here.

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